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In 2019 our first PC league will start on Project Cars 2 racing the GTE class. The league will consist of 6 rounds over 6 weeks on Monday nights, racing at some iconic tracks such as Nurburgring, Silverstone and Watkins Glen. Each driver will be racing for 45 minutes in various times of day and weather cycles challenging the drivers skill.

Sign up now if you think you have what it takes.


Signup form: https://goo.gl/forms/bExuz1UxAqzPgaVd2

Game: Project Cars 2
Platform: PC

Dates and Times

League start: March 11th 2019 – League is 6 weeks long
Date/Time: Mondays at 20:00 GMT/21:00 CET

Race format

Qualifying: 20 minutes
Race: 45 minute timed race

Round 1. Silverstone GP
Round 2. Brno
Round 3. Nurburgring GP
Round 4. Road America
Round 5. Dubai Autodrome GP
Round 6. Watkins Glen International GP

Click here to view the Calendar

League details

League coordinator/admin – AVERAGE SHARPIE
Driving etiquette – please be sure to read and understand the OTL rules concerning clean driving
Number of tiers – Limited to 1 tier of 26 drivers.
Points system – Standard OTL system, found here.
Start procedure – Standing start.

Lobby settings

In game date: Summer default
In game time (both race and qualifying):
Time progression
: x5
Setups: Open
Damage: Full
Mechanical Failures: On
Assists: Open to choose
Tyre wear: Accelerated
Fuel: Real

Settings subject to change after practice test races. AVERAGE SHARPIE will announce if so in Discord.

All details can be found on the calendar.

Available cars

  • 2016 BMW M6 GTLM
  • 2016 FORD GT LM GTE
  • 2016 FERRARI 488 GTE
  • 2017 Porsche 911 RSR GTE

Livery selection

Once you’ve chosen a livery, message AVERAGE SHARPIE in Discord (if you’re not in there already, click here to join our Discord server). First come, first served.


As stated in OTL rules and incidents must be reported to the league coordinator within 48 hours of the race finish including video evidence. Then it will be investigated by AVERAGE SHARPIE, with input from all involved parties, and the decision will be communicated to these parties too.

Do not start any public arguments as this may negatively reflect on your case, potentially see you removed from the league, or if it’s deemed severe enough you will be blacklisted from all future leagues.